A Florida police chief has sized up Trayvon Martin-killer, George Zimmerman, as more than a little dangerous.
Emails sent by a Florida Police chief appear to show him agreeing
that George Zimmerman, the man who shot teenager Trayvon Martin is "a
Sandy Hook waiting to happen".
The comments came after Zimmerman hit controversy again when
his estranged wife Shellie contacted police alleging he was threatening
her and her father with a gun at her father's house in Lake Mary.
Mary resident Santiago Rodriguez wrote to the Lake Mary police
department to complain over their initial decision not to arrest or
charge Zimmerman, during which police chief Steve Bracknell, responding
to the email, appears to agree with her statement that Zimmerman is a
"Sandy Hook waiting to happen".
“Zimmerman is a Sandy
Hook, Aurora waiting to happen,” the resident, Santiago Rodriguez,
writes to Bracknell in his first email", to which Bracknell replies:
“Your reference to Sandy Hook … I agree,” according to the Guardian.
the end of another email which encouraged Bracknell not to “give up” on
the investigation, Rodriguez adds: “Sooner or later another mother and
father is going to be on CNN lashing out against the system due to this
Bracknell replied: “As for your final thoughts, again, on a personal note, I agree."